Thursday, September 22, 2005
- Name: Maggie
- Location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
I am an artist. I doodle on just about everything. I have a little yard, about 12 feet by 20 feet. It was a cement yard. A dear friend with a kind and gentle spirit helped me. We removed the cement a couple of years ago. Then I started studying horticulture. I planted and played in my garden. It is a very small garden. I plant stuff. I let it grow. I let it overgrow. I experiment with color and texture. I experiment with form and design. It is a small garden. I find myself studying every little plant for hours. And then I move stuff. I plant more. I add lights and stones and logs. I study it some more. I move things. My gardening reminds me of my doodling. When I doodle my mind is free and clear. I enjoy my doodles. People tell me they are not doodles. They are elaborate drawings. When I stand and study my garden my mind is free and clear. I create beautiful doodles with my garden. It is a small garden. It is the perfect size. It is My Doodle Garden.